I still don't understand how it's "politics" to point out to the members how the organization is breaking the law. Like when Steve Kennedy was trying to take the org's domain names and sent the email to me instead of Andy Rhyne. Will said some incredibly ugly things to me when I tried to tell the members what was going on. What did I stand to gain (isn't that how you figure politics)? But in the end, I sure think the members would want to know that people are trying to come along and take things that they own, whether it's with the knowledge of the appointed caretakers or not. But maybe not. The "members" "voted" to give away the website. So what do I know?